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Market Monday: Condesa Tianguis

Market Monday: Condesa Tianguis

A tianguis is an open air market that is held on specific market days in towns and neighborhoods all over Mexico. These markets date back to pre-Hispanic times where they the most important form of commerce [...]

Wordless Wednesday: Tacos de Cabeza

Wordless Wednesday: Tacos de Cabeza

Pork head tacos at Xochimilco market. [...]

Tulyehualco Market and The 40th Olive and Joy Fair

Tulyehualco Market and The 40th Olive and Joy Fair

Tulyehualco is technically part of Mexico City, but going there feels like going to the country side. People are very friendly and willing to share their knowledge and stories with strangers. The rush and stress of [...]

Traditional Mexican Food: A World Cultural Heritage

Traditional Mexican Food: A World Cultural Heritage

Traditional Mexican cuisine is a comprehensive cultural model comprising farming, ritual practices, age-old skills, culinary techniques and ancestral community customs and manners. [...]

Market Monday: Xochimilco

Market Monday: Xochimilco

A culinary and historical tour to Xochimilco, Mexico. [...]

Christmas 2010

Christmas 2010

2011 will be a better year, I can feel that. So I wish you all a happy and delicious New Year and Buen Provecho! [...]

A Magical Town – Part 2

A Magical Town – Part 2

Taxco de Alarcon is a great destination in Mexico and the silver capital of the world. [...]

Thanksgiving in Mexico

Thanksgiving in Mexico

A couple of weeks ago I thought I wasn’t going to do anything for Thanksgiving and that I was going to be depressed because this would be the first time in many years that I would [...]

A Magical Town – Part 1

A Magical Town – Part 1

Taxco, Guerrero is Mexico's silver capital and a beautiful and magical town. [...]

34th Feria del Mole

34th Feria del Mole

My heart started to beat faster when I saw the first moles arranged beautifully in pottery bowls (the bowls where Mexican food should be cooked). There were so many kinds and so looked so delicious that [...]